Kryton International is awarded Green Label certification for KIM, the world’s leading crystalline concrete waterproofing admixture
Kryton International Inc. is pleased to announce that Krystol Internal Membrane™ (KIM) has recently been awarded Singapore Green Label certification by Singapore’s Environmental Council. Green Label is a recognized certification for sustainable products and services in 28 countries.
Reducing site disturbance and waste, containing no volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and being safe for use with potable water are just a few reasons that Kryton’s KIM reduces environmental impacts and improves project sustainability.
“Another milestone for Kryton,” said Kari Yuers, President & CEO of Kryton. “This Green Label certification is a recognition of Kryton’s continued leadership in developing smarter products and systems that drive quality while maintaining environmental sustainability.”
Launched in May 1992, the Singapore Green Labelling Scheme (SGLS), endorses industrial and consumer products that have less undesirable effects on our environment. Administered by the Singapore Environment Council (SEC), the SGLS is the region’s most established eco-labelling scheme with over 3,000 unique products certified across 28 countries.
About Kryton Kryton International, as the inventor of KIM, the leading crystalline waterproofing admixture, has been waterproofing concrete structures with Krystol technology since 1973. Kryton leads the waterproofing industry through its active involvement with the American Concrete Institute, International Concrete Repair Institute, American Shotcrete Association and many other thought-leading organizations. Kryton exports its products to more than 50 countries.
About Singapore Green Label The Singapore Green Label is a seal of endorsement on its environmentally-friendly claims to prevent the abuse of green-washing. This has proved to be advantageous for Green Label certified products that have become more marketable and readily accepted by consumers or businesses when making a purchase.
About Singapore Environment Council SEC is a member of the Global Ecolabelling Network (GEN). Consisting of 28 member countries, GEN allows SGLS endorsed products to be recognized and accepted by other member countries within the network.